Press Release Summary:
Model SP1200 Open Throat Crimper loads bent or angled parts directly in vertical head without having to pass piece through head. It handles hose size up to 1Â¼ in. and has max die opening of 1.89 in. Additional offerings include 120 ton swaging force, production capacity of 420 swages/hr, and computerized VS control, which can store up to 200 combinations of retraction diameters, correction requirements, swaging diameters, offsets, and die sets.
Original Press Release:
Finn-Power's New Open Throat Crimper Now Available
Schaumburg, IL. Finn-Power USA, Inc. offers a new production crimper, the SP1200. This Open Throat model is especially designed with the ability to load bent or angled parts directly in the vertical head design without having to pass the piece through the head. The SP1200 is especially well suited to accommodate automotive assemblies, long or oddly-shaped assemblies, and combination assemblies. Other features of the crimper include the capability of handling hose size up to 1-1/4 inch and a maximum die opening of 1.89 inches (54 mm). The SP1200 has a swaging force of 120 tons, with a capacity of producing 420 swages/hour.
Finn-Power's computerized VS control meets production requirements quickly and effectively. The VS combines up to 200 combinations of retraction diameters, correction requirements, swaging diameters, offsets and die sets which can be stored for immediate availability.
The SP1200 is designed with all the standard features that make Finn-Power machines fast and user-friendly. To ensure speed and accuracy on all jobs, the Finn-Power SP1200 is designed with the following features:
o affordable custom tooling
o easy-to-use Quick Change Tool system feature allows quick and easy die changes
o storage cabinet for dies as a standard feature
More information on the SP1200 swager can be obtained by contacting Finn-Power USA, Inc., 619 Estes Ave., Schaumburg, IL 60193, (847) 301-3100.
Finn-Power USA offers the industry's most complete line of hydraulic swaging/crimping machines, ranging from light-duty, hand operated units to the larger production units.